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Police Department Contact Information

Phone: 630-553-4340
Emergency: 9-1-1
24hr Dispatch: 630-553-4343
Address:
804 Game Farm Road
Yorkville, IL 60560

Richard T. Hart
Chief of Police

Larry J. Hilt
Deputy Chief

Terry A. Klingel
Deputy Chief

James R. Presnak
Patrol Sergeant

Samuel J. Stroup
Patrol Sergeant

Raymond P. Mikolasek
Detective Sergeant

Andrew C. Jeleniewski

Patrol Sergeant

Sarah A. Klingel

Patrol Sergeant

 

Police Department

PRESS RELEASES

There are no new press releases at this time.

E-Pay Website (www.ypdepay.com):

Click here to go to the Police Department E-Pay Website to make a credit/debit card payment on an "N" or "P" ordinance citation, or on an Administrative Tow penalty.

Sex Offender Databases:Illinois Sex Offender Registration Database


Click on the link to the left to search sex offenders in the State of Illinois.

or visit the National Sex Offender Public Website.

Services Offered by KenCom Dispatch Center:

CodeRED Banner and Link to KenCom's Website
Click on the link (picture) above to register your phone number(s) in the newly implemented "CodeRED" telephone information system. All residents, businesses and schools are urged to follow the link above and make sure their phone number is registered!  For a brochure explaining the CodeRED program, click here.

The Illinois Premise Alert Program requires dispatch agencies with a CAD system (Computer-Aided Dispatch) to accept information from the public for citizens with special needs and to be able to provide that information to first responders.  Click here for more information on the Premise Alert Program.  This link will lead you to the Kendall County Communications (KenCom Dispatch) website so you can obtain additional information on the program.

 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Yorkville Police Department is to work in partnership with the community to protect life and property, assist neighborhoods with solving their problems, and enhance the quality of life in our city.

Vision Statement

The vision of the Yorkville Police Department is to develop a problem solving and customer oriented environment for the employee to effectively respond to the needs of the community.

This vision projects a mutual understanding of shared problems which will result in a high level of confidence and harmony between the police and the community. The Yorkville Police Department and the Community will forge a close and consistent partnership to address issues and solve problems effectively, making the city a safe, healthy and attractive place for commerce and community life.


Sergeant Mikolasek at National Night Out CelebrationValue Statement

The Yorkville Police Department is committed toward moral and ethical work habits and organizational pride. The Yorkville Police Department places high values toward honesty, customer satisfaction, ethical conduct, innovation, teamwork, community awareness, self-directed work, tolerance of dissenting views, and public relations.